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at school leaving classes and bomb brain force authorities to ban all opposition protests and public gathering in the harshest move so far to silence the program for demonstrators. superstorm sandy claims at least thirteen lines as it slams into east coast america forcing barack obama and mitt romney to hunker down just days ahead of the presidential election. plus no bailout needed a spain and italy as prime ministers and says their countries don't need help but the latest economic forecast says financial collapse is a little bit. of
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a lot of thank you for joining me karen tyrol china live here in moscow this is our team and it's two o'clock here well before any authorities have banned all protests gatherings amid escalating clashes in the gulf kingdom it's the most sweeping attempt so far to kwacha entire regime protests that have been going on in the country for nearly two years they were calm after the country's police reportedly attacked anti-monarchy protesters with tear gas and rubber bullets in the capital manama on monday clashes in bahrain occur almost daily without around eighty people being killed since the unrest began become trees under fire from human rights groups for its brutal crackdowns on prova form campaigners who are calling for more rights jobs and that's the case and let's get more on this now from political analyst. thanks so much for joining r.t. today now tell us this is not the first crackdown on the protest movement in by her reign and authorities banned demos in the country before but what is. special about
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this one. well you know it's the result dual martial law tactics that have been practiced before it's an attempt to completely squelch or squash people's uprising in fact bahrain get in the car the unfinished segment of the arab spring which is now what we know now to even throw or so. you know there's been a concert of conservative powers in the region as well as the. states and the western patrons who have tried to completely demolish the last of the people and what you see in the form of these crackdowns by the state are just manifestations of this larger context of loosely trim which is trying to stem the flow of the arab spring how tough do you think it will be for the opposition now to voice their views considering these new state of emergency star alls. well you know they have some safety laws in the form of a so-called elected parliament which is supposed to be the legitimate avenue where
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people can express their grievances but the fact is that these party which have mostly been rigged and set up to endorse and she were caught monarchical rule is the same in kuwait is the same in bahrain is the same in most of these countries even jordan so these parliaments are not helping and i think these restrictions are meant to will also send a message to the shia minorities in saudi arabia who in turn revolt after the shia in bahrain rose up against the khalifa family so what you have is a regional set up which is not allowing free expression are and then why is for example syria such a hot spot and behind much this is the origin of the sin of the whole arab spring narrative and we're not being able to overcome these double standards just because bahrain who's the fifth fleet of the u.s. navy does not entitle it to be so brutal and repressive and get to see the crimes against humanity which are happening how united as the bahraini protests move and i
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mean after all the authorities have not been able to crush it for twenty months now . well actually in fact i would say compared to the engineered like you had in libya and what you have in city of jeddah orchestra from i'm sorry i think the bahraini movement is much more like the egyptian people smoove mind it's actually an indigenous movement are there is no proof of iran's involvement or stalking by the bahraini struggle as are so these in the bahraini monarchy have been amazing i mean this is really an indigenous movement it's based upon a form of minority rule you know dissimilar to you know what happened in iraq over and saddam hussein was in power so we need to you know to give all the legitimacy of the legitimacy why is somebody artificially over tool. quite others have been propped up laboring them in this sense to move with the far left who rule whether your probation or not really seems to matter whether you lose
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all freedom or not now a lot of prominent behind the activist second jail including not the overtop was now serving three years for tweeting and participating in illegal gatherings do you see their fate changing now as well. you know the region has to evolve i mean as you know the arab spring is no more than a year old and there are really many diversions additional in the focus on behavior and intense international as well as we can focus on very reasons not to happen there's a conspiracy of silence had on her and barring a few critical groups not much is a lot to be covered and moving decisions of the group so if you will struggle strife and you know even to me the city of all these monarchies are tied to each other. saudi arabia continue to adore and continue to be in the standard of the of the monarchical regimes then the also probably the one in bahrain using the gulf
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cooperation council and other regional mechanisms so really it's a question of more complete freedom in the region whether you want to deny its crew . but i really didn't i would say that is the story because the more this one the most the purest of all in all these closer to the this is something you know for the more and also. because. this is really the voice of the people who are you look at it it comes over i would there this from the only point to that is all they have no idea is the area of concern to the forces which are trying to suppress them now what about the u.s. with washington backing behind the rulers how much influence does america actually have there. also only do you see i would say that after saudi arabia if there is a regime that did fear we collapse it's still going in very because of its strategic location and because of the presence of the u.s. military there and you know we saw the ability to project power in the region but
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only source untrue and therefore you know you don't you have barely a year of employer in the u.s. i bowled human rights abuses in bahrain so here you have a clear mismatch between america's our ideals of disposing universal human rights and the reality on the grown rearview mirror to selectively being in force and are really used to block the unusual political or not you want to use the right inside and on the escalating clashes and political analysts trayvon telia thank you. so. they race for the u.s. presidency has been struck by superstorm sandy which hit hard at america's eastern seaboard packing a deadly punch it claimed at least sixteen lives before losing some steam as it moved further inland at least seven million are said to have been left without electricity in several states an explosion at a power plant in new york plunged a large part of the city into darkness heavy rains are expected to continue for at least another twenty four hours adding to the floods in the area political activist
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tom hayden says sandy could pave the way for a vote stealing presidential rival just days before the the paul. destroy in the legitimacy of the election potentially on the east coast early voting is being wiped out in these cities and states the voting of the elderly on the election day the voting of the poor on election day the voting of new yorkers on election day is likely to be diminished through no fault of their own and that will affect the outcome of the election but at the same time it's extremely possible to manipulate the computers so if it's a close election it will be protested and contested as illegitimate for days and days and into the future just as the election between gore and bush. was seen by most americans as stolen that could happen again so we are in for
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a an electoral crisis i think of a very very profound nature and we've more live updates on superstorm sandy on our website our t. dot com our coverage of the presidential race also continuous as we take on what the mainstream's missing you can watch the final round of debates between the third party candidates right here on our next monday. we both agree we agree we have to bring the tax rates down i felt the same as the president did governor romney i'm glad. you agree let's get back to something the president i agree on and there two of you agree that the voters have a choice perhaps this is what you wonder who to vote for what to romney and obama agree on so many things never you do have other options come november sixth tune in to see the second round of debates between the major third party candidates right here on our t.v. in. spain and italy as prime ministers are denying claims their
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countries will be seeking financial help any time soon myron monti and mariano hallway have stressed that getting bailout cash is not in the interest of their people both countries have already faced mass protests with people venting their frustration over abiding spending cuts the two states are trapped in a severe recession icon employment numbers are reaching alarming heights financial expert patrick young says the leaders claims of a no bailout future borders on the delusional. we've got the italian and spanish leaders who obviously don't read their own newspapers i mean just to give an example last week the spanish said they would launch an eighteen billion euro from to be allowed the regions by today can top three of the ninth region have claimed their little share of the pile and they've already therefore got commitments for seventeen point six billion up to nine regions of space and there are lots of other regions that are bankrupt to go certainly should be in desperately need to be a large italy we'll be lucky to escape with one mr rudd holywell good on history as the man who ultimately signed the euro through an unbelievable pigheaded obstinacy
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when he simply refused to appreciate the fact that he'd let his country slip backwards and alternately the spanish economy at the moment is going towards where it was about nine hundred seventy two when franco was still alive and well. meanwhile greece is being forced to introduce one hundred fifty more financial reforms by its international creditors this as a journalist was arrested after publishing a live. of the country's top tax dodgers a secret swiss bank accounts. as the same information was given to the greek authorities two years ago by christine legarde who was the french finance minister at the time however the authorities decided not to act on it legal expert george catherine says they are those accusations should have been investigated then their . baby could not use it at the court exactly because it was not legal proof but they started investigating these me if they come in the glick that is so
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i think the system only by what they are using a pretext is now that the dollar is the piece published in this material he's still going after these suspects it's the law suspects the reason they're going after the list it would be a good move to me to be a little different this is a good sentiment of justice that the now so i would need to see these in these fields. would be some subset of all these need rather than the we all face and so maybe he used to be used with most of these rules are for i know several of them but it could be. good enough to go to the justice to go to bully to go through mr and later in the program we'll tell you how the crisis is pushing some to find that . people who rob banks go to prison banks who rob people get paid bonuses to stop pub called by the economic woes and furious with banks one british businessman
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finds his own way to support the local community we bring you this story and much much more in a couple of minutes. horses and bayonets big bird these are the words of internet legend from the two thousand and twelve presidential debates when a candidate says something dumb or odd to so much fun to make silly pictures like these on the internet ho ho he but the problem is that the person who wins the bait is the one who makes the best argument not he who doesn't make a verbal slip ups people react to these debates like schoolgirls picking prom queen or rummy talked about big bird who howard dean screamed. gaffes don't matter that much it matters if the idea is the candidates present are effective or not but more
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importantly it matters if they will actually do them if a future can't they proposed a brilliant economic plan that could save america but instead of saying pennies let the word penis slip or gossip celebrity culture would make him lose the election for sure he's a potence army of photoshop or sort of hundreds of copper fellas is drawn all over the internet by the next day a schoolgirl attitude towards politics won't do anything except make fun internet memes but that's just my opinion. wealthy british style. that's not on the. market why not it's going to. find out what's really happening to the global
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welcome back to our tea with me karen tara wall russia's foreign minister sergey lavrov has urged all sides in the syrian conflict to open a dialogue that's after u.n. brokered truce failed to halt violence between government troops on the rebels' international envoy locked out of a he me a knowledge that the talks in moscow that some violence during the cease fire was committed by extremist groups operating in syria russia believes foreign states should take responsibility for the factions in syria they support and convince them
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to lay down arms their party's policy or explains now why the west's stance of backing the opposition and aiding regime change across the arab world is not a solution to the continuing tales. things have gone from bad to worse in a region powered by the hope of change not so long ago and libya one year off to the revolution that gas shells and ought to be reported to be used against peaceful civilians neighbor nani's on the brink of civil war and syria is a way to find someone to do it there is a process or another that reformatting of the geo political map of the middle east to find various players try to. to secure all that political position we consider this counterproductive such measures imposed from outside can never gave us stable long term result countries in ruins tens of thousands killed and hundreds of thousands maybe fiji's we are going to do everything we can to make sure that we
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are helping the opposition and to further pressure and isolate the regime saying syria remove assad is a very high priority for us and it's not me a lip service washington and its european allies are assisting the rebels to get rid of assad i'm sure of one thing but a syrian regime will never find its place among the community of nations it has no future among us that is why france will recognize a provisional government representing the new free syria once it's been formed for me but if assad goes it's almost going to meet with the company to continue. to shut us out protects minorities including the christians that have lived in syria hundreds of years even the strictest estimates of the situation we're see from our west european partners says that at least one third of the population still back assad regarding him is a person destined not to let syria turn into a country impossible for minorities to live in. and no more than ever syria's
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instability threatens the security of neighboring lebanon we're here to the u.s. is made to kill it supports a new government it was a false hope that the lebanese intelligence officer was killed that murder come to widespread condemnation and a cool for the international community to stay out of domestic affairs a message the international community would do well to heed if only to prevent the region from forming into for the chaos. beirut. time now for more stories from around the world this hour japan is accusing china of sending four government ships to the waters of a disputed ark a log o. the vessels are said to have headed towards the islands. after the japanese prime minister vowed to ramp up coastal security on monday both countries lay claim to the small chain of uninhabited all sorts reportedly hold vast reserves of natural resources the territorial fallout has previously sparked mass protests in china and japan. international observers have called ukraine's parliamentary election
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a backward step for democracy saying they witnessed abuse of power and excessive use of money during the vote over eighty five percent of ballots have been counted so far with the ruling party in the lead the opposition which seeks the impeachment of an incumbent president viktor portage comes second with more than twenty four percent of the votes official results are expected to be announced on wednesday. people across the globe choose different ways to vent their anger at the economic crisis some results of the fat cats some opt for direct action artist laura smith tells us the story of one businessman has decided to spearhead changes to the system by declaring himself a financial institution. hello thank you. for longer work like you do fish week is a cheeky northern charmer he made his fortune selling minibuses in his hometown of burnley but instead of fancy holidays and expensive cars when the credit crisis hit dave wanted to give something back so he decided to open
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a bank to his late two thousand and eight early two thousand and nine my mini it was recorded along to me to get funded for their bosses as they are doing for the last fifteen years but overnight that just stopped and the banks just stop lending to the to the customers and i'm thinking how they're doing something wrong have they made a mistake of that up at the gas bill electric bill or form bill you know it's not the people that are the problem it's the banks that have the problems so i thought well i'll end of the book so that's what i did bank on dave he says although thanks to extensive red tape he's not actually allowed to call himself a bank and he's keen to differentiate himself from banks in other ways too he offers. five percent on savings and he lends that money out to his local community and no bonuses and the profits go to charity. but there just isn't a day in every town more's the pity so his isn't a model which could be rolled out nationwide in its current form but financial
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experts say lessons can be learnt for a healthier banking system one point is clear and this is a point that the bank made in a way is that banking has just moved too far away from its roots and its basic need to understand. saving which has been. mad rush where highly leveraged. dates ultimate goal is to bring banking back to its roots no more faceless conglomerates where computers and mavericks make the decisions and the one percent pockets unimaginable bonuses instead local banks the local people run by the community to benefit the community it's not a new idea in fact it's how banking used to be before the megabucks and mega banks stepped in and dave still taking to get some political support you have to take
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save us money and invest in real productive activity to take responsibility for doing it which is not the way the bank currently works in his comical kind of crazy way showing the way to a better banking system which is responsible. in touch with entrepreneurship which actually could be the basis for going forward there's certainly got to be some way forwards as wave after wave of scandal hits the financial sector banking on dave and others like him looks more and more attractive one of the sayings i usually people who rob banks go to prison banks who real people get paid bonuses to stop. laura smith o.t. birmingham. area now for the latest business news and it looks like russia's gas major gas from is expanding yeah that's right karen good to see you rush is a company as you say has set its sights on the new projects and its aim to handle gas supplies to asia the energy major will spend around thirty eight billion
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dollars to build a pipeline in the country is far race now a third of that money will be spent on development and gas filled in the republic where the link will begin now the thirty two hundred kilometer pipeline is expected to be ready in five years from also plans to set up liquefied natural gas production plant in the region by twenty eighteen become but he says the far east capacities will allow it to seattle gas supplies to asia pacific equal to the current european ones or perhaps potentially even bigger. check out there is then here in russia because they philosophized and they get down into negative territory today it's going to choke previous session very much a yo yo effect here in moscow today we do have a thin volumes and that's because street is closed the front to district is flooded because of the hurricane sandy right now says not
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a lot of international momentum to keep the market alive for europe then awarded to wear the clothes on wall street because they are the connect carries a mass because in their domestic part they've got companies the second biggest oil company to be paid also do it as well the largest said germany reporting earnings topping estimates u.b.s. as well also its men's biggest bank another one up over five percent and that's after raising profitability gold that always in turn but the euro is doing rather well as well is heading north on the root ball continues the session with a mixed performance now that's the business we've gotten into coming up a right. we try and find out the answer to the syrian standoff with the heads of the russian parliament foreign affairs committee says they put out one of. the legacy no one should be proud. of scrap metal littering pristine arctic
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landscape building stilton over their foundation pipes spewing black smoke over the snow covered peaks the traces of the soviet industrial activity on the burgen archipelago don't make a pretty picture the guiding principle here is the worse the better locals like to tell the story that back in soviet times when norwegians were visiting barons were they also expressed amazement. at how prosperous this was well times have obviously a challenge when they saw it lags they still attracting the region tourists are barons work and without commerce watch needed cash that's why while. our goal is common as was uncovered here a few days ago instead of throwing it away the local administration decided to paint it in you and put it at variance work central square that in the nine hundred eighty s. there was
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a burgeoning mining community the soviet union was determined to maintain its own costs to a degree located halfway between north america and western europe bergen archipelago is part of norway with a special status that allows other countries to set up industrial bases here in the middle of the cold war it served as the use of stars westernmost outpost now it's one of the soviet union's last preserved relics. picture of the soviet union if it was cut off from any financial support for two decades it's a curious site for western tourists and i think it could be even more appealing for russians trying. to keep. it's presence on spitsbergen russian film on t.v. no coal mine here but in terms of profit is far behind local souvenir shops so between my bill it is a big hit defunct are incurred and still helps keep the money flowing. it's the russians doing your show but you can't but. they're also. your
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local administration is increasingly under pressure to bring the infrastructure up to more than standards if these modernization efforts i'm not very popular with tourists if you come into a very authentic place like. it should stay the way it is that would be my wish i mean that's the part of the let you know authentic traditional. i should not i would not like to have it in a shiny condition to be on us this time to change even for the better is not always good for business something that even a local band has become attuned to when they try to add morning russian songs to die repertoire it left the audience called the wanted to hear it was a song comfortably from there we are.
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joining me now is next a push called who's the head of the international committee in the russian duma thank you for being with us i'd like to begin with diplomacy in the world today and it's never been easy but it seems even more powerless with situations like we're seeing with full blown conflict in syria do you think a political solution that through words we can have peace there well i think. has deteriorated extremely since last spring. and today it looks more like it did look. then something that would give their prospects for. peaceful solution yet pricing their.

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